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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE - Thursday, September 14, 2000 9 Mary Belle Starliper Rt. 3, Box 293 Kearneysville, WV 25430 folks! Hope you and your rare doing well during this month of September! believe the much-antici- well-planned-for year of !almost three-fourths over. Hint to save your child's apply a coating of hair- drawing. It keeps col- fading, except when done which might run if R4eipe Bar Pound Cake From Sue Lloyd margarine; 1 cup sugar; 4 eggs; 2 tsp. vanilla; 2 1/2 1 cup buttermilk plus L soda (mixed); 1 large Her- melted. the margarine and Beat in the eggs. Add va- melted chocolate. Alter- add buttermilk and flour; !hand. Bake at 325 for at hour, maybe longer, in a tube pan. Touch to test - cake should when done. May add 'desired. Spaghetti Time be an all-you-can-eat tti Supper at Leetown Church on Sat- September 30. The fun p.m. and goes on until 7 p.m. The cost is $5 for age 13 and older, $3 for 6-12, and free for those under the age of 6. The supper is sponnsored by the United Methodist Men and Women of the church. Mt. Zion I remember going there with my mother when I was a child - not for church, because services were not held there on a regular basis - but to take freshly cut flow- ers from home for the graves of my paternal grandparents, John and Gussie Locke, whose remains lie in the historic old cemetery that surrounds the little church. Mt. Zion Baptist Church is the parent church of Leetown Baptist and of First Baptist in Martins- burg. It is located on VanMeter Road not far from our town, in a lovely wooded spot. The building and cemetery are kept by First Baptist, and when I was a child, the Martinsburg church held a homecoming at the little church every year. I always loved to go there, be- cause it was a place where time seemed to stand still as it hurried on just outside the gates. When- ever we went, my mother always brought along a rake and some pruners in order to clear the brush, etc from the graves, and sometimes if there was no sign on the door to keep out, (because of Hours: Open Mon thru Thurs 9:30 to 6 pm. Fri 9:30 to 8 pro. Sat 9:30 to 5 pm 7 S. Loudoun St. Mall, Old Town Winchester (540) 667-5600 - 1-888-737-5967 wilkinsshoe corn ~a~;~ unsafe floors, etc.) we'd venture inside the little one-room church and I could almost hear the music from the old pump organ that stood in the corner, pumping out the old hymns I love. The old church was built of na- tive limestone in 1836 and is on the Berkeley County Register of Historic Places. First Baptist will hold a special memorial and homecoming service vice at the little church on Sep- tember 17. The service starts at 11 a.m followed by lunch at 1 p.m. and a memorial service. If you have ties to the little church or you are just interested and want to go, call the First Baptist Church in Martinsburg for details. Next Week Jefferson County Association of Retired School Employees will hold the first meeting of the 2000- 2001 year on September 21. We will be meeting at the Golden Cor- ral Restaurant instead of the usual location. The meeting is at 12 noon and the guest will be Dr. Hawes of Shepherd College. If you are a retiree of the school system, please consider joining our group. Apple Butter The Leetown United Methodist Men and Women will be conduct- ing their annual Apple Butter Making on October 7. They need quart jars (canning jars, not may- onnaise). If you have some to do- nate, call Paul Ranalli or Bob Ma- son. Don't Forget Please make thoughts and prayers a part of your daily rou- tine - remembering all those we mention each week here in our Friday Saturday Sunday SEPT. 7a,2 24, 2ooo Near I,ntor Hm'l~rs Ferry, WV Owr mO om:lua~ er~ m m and selling thor wares Shop now for fflat unique Christmas gift. Nationally known Bluegrass musicians Delicious food Free Parking Located off US Rt 340 near Hafl0ers Ferry on ~e Sam Mtchaets Park Admis=on $8 for ed~s, $3 for ages6-17 (Save $1 off adtt ~v~ ~is ad) Daily 10 to 8. No Pets, PluN. w ostvnim NURSE TOP . ER FOR |ELAY FOR LIFE I~]ein, RN, director of in- Care unit, cardiopulmonary and emergency de- manager, was the Jeffer- I for Life top indi- ($1,677). Klein is in the Jefferson Relay for has participated every dedication to her pa- ~nd her enthusiasm that Jefferson Memorial Hospi- the top team for Jeffer- by raising over $3,000. ATTEND ODU Pick your own APPLES! At the CRAZYprice of $12.00 a bushel of Empire Apples at Ridgefield Farm & Orchard Harpers Ferry, West Virginia Enjoy the fun of picking your own appies in our Europeamstyle orchard( : The convenience of pre-picked apples, pears, plums, jams, honey, and :: seasonal vegetables in THE MARKET. : Eat at our leaning tree picnic area. 304-876-3647 www.ridgefieldfarm.com Sign is located on Rt. 230 (Halltown Road), IHISqN~a midway between Shepherdstown and Halhown. Open Daily 10-5pro W/M er Jefferson County resi- ~tthew D. Dailey recently ed from Pennsville (N.J.) tl High School. Matthew is of Catherine and Mark hd the grandson of the late ). Hehle, of Charles Town. axt" l~ at Pennsville Memorial [,hool, Matt participated in ~da/~len Eagle Club, the Stu- Mo~,~acil, Concert Band, and ~-1~ ~lub. He earned seven [letters in football, cross ~a~lrl~[h,asketball and track. He Umber of a 4x800 relay broke a school record ~Stood for 17 years. ~g his senior year, Matt ~ed as Salem County Athlete by the Penns l ehange Club and was se- Junior Rotarian. /l~j~w will attend Old Do- g-university and major in Engineering. " the United Way A 5-week course is being offerd to assist individuals in setting financial and investment goals. This class also will provide a summary of the most common investments used by individuals in reaching their objectives. Classes meet one night per week. Dates: September 28, October 5, October 12, October 19 and October 26 Time: 7 PM - 9 PM Place: Jefferson Memorial Hospital Call 304-724-4168 to reserve a seat. Seating is limited and will be handled on a first-come, first-serve basis. Dan Burhans 113 W. Liberty St Suite 201 Charles Town, WV 25414 (304) 724-4168 www.edwardiones.com ~t S~: EdwardJoil Serving Individual lnveetor~ Since ~87~ r --T " corner of the Spirit as well as those in your family who are ill. It is our way of helping those in need. Till Then Have a great week, folks, and we'll see you next week! Thought for the Week My wild oats have turned into prunes and All-Bran! II I I f ,am, mu d~. ~------- ~ - ~-~,~ 304-7P 8-8719 Ill SERVICE MAINTENANCE REPLACEMENT AIR CONDITIONING HEAT PUMPS FURNACE8 BOILEFI~ ~30Y~2 II I With over 160 sizes available, we can fit you. Just walk into our shoe store and befitted in a comfortable pair of SAS shoes, no matter what size you wear. Men Have Your Size t "Our walking shoes for men and women have soft leather uppers and 0i00 01 0i i feature removable, replaceable SAS o e SelfsetTM foot beds that moldtothe el :o shape of your foot. 000000000010 00 Men's Colors Black Leather Brown Leather Bone Leather White Leather $125 Time Out for men Ladies We Have Some colors do not come in all widths. Our Green Odor-Resistant TripadTM comfort cushions the three pressure points of the foot. Free Time and Time Out are designed with plenty of toe room for superor walking comfort. 99.99 Free Time for women Women's Colors Black Leather Mocha Leather Navy Leather White Leather Bone Leather Brown Nubuck Charcoal Nubuck l iti On For the $39 million bond Groundbreaking for new middle school - August 10, 2000 On September 23, Vote "Yes" for Children We support the bond ,because education is everyone s responsibility. Join us, your friends, neighbors and co-workers in making this plan a reality. I II I I Paid for by Citizens for Better Schools - Judson Romine, Treasurer